Cornucopia, WI has the distinction of being the northernmost zipcode in the state of Wisconsin. Located up on the western edge of the Bayfield peninsula, the little town would easily be missed if you blinked while speeding along highway 13. I don’t recommend blinking, but instead slow down and check the town out.
Here at Backroad Wisconsin, we love the kitsch. From some oddball or out of way little museum to the ticky-tacky found at a roadside attraction, it’s all good to us. But no-one does the kitsch better (than maybe Wisconsin Dells, but that’s another story altogether) than the over the top wonderment of The House on […]
Looking for an underground adventure right in our back yard? Head on over a little west of Madison to the town of Bluemound for a tour of the Cave of the Mounds. This cave, accidentally discovered in 1939 is a rare treat for a state who’s topography has been formed by the glaciers. Bobby Tanzilo […]
On my way to Eau Claire this past week I decided to get off of Highway 29 and explore beyond the obvious building just off the highway. So when the exit for Curtiss came up I hopped off and headed toward town. I found a great display outside the Curtiss Community Center all about the […]
I was able to grab a photo of this barn on Highway 19 near Marshall. It is not often you see a painting that portrays harvest in quite this way… I think the combine needs some dental work.